Taylor Swift Sets “Red” for the Next Re-Recorded Album

red The next album to be re-recorded will be Taylor Swift. Released in 2012, the album was her fourth studio album.

Swift made an announcement on social media, saying it will be coming out on November 19. The re-record will include 30 songs, including one unspecified ten-minute song. Fans are anticipating that the track could be an extended version of “All Too Well.”

 

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In the post Swift said, “This will be the first time you’ve heard all 30 songs that were supposed to run on Red. And hey, one of them is even ten minutes long.”

red It is the latest album to be re-recorded by Swift after the previous record company sold the rights to the recordings without her permission. She is reproducing all albums until 2017 reputation.

The singer is already fired Afraid (Taylor version), which included 19 songs for the 2008 album, 2010’s “Today Was a Fairytale” and six songs from “from the vault” including “You All Over Me” with Marren Morris and “Mr. All right, We Were Happy,” This Is The Time” with Keith Urban, “Don’t You” and “Bye Bye Baby.” Afraid (Taylor version) It debuted at number one on the Billboard Top 200, best album sales, and country albums, the album being her third in less than a year.